The Aventador LP 780-4’s unique, extremely stiff and light carbon fiber monocoque frame, coupled with the extensive use of carbon fiber throughout the body, has helped to reduce the dry weight of the vehicle to just 1,550 kg. The coupé version, which is 25 kg lighter than the Aventador S, offers the same weight-to-power ratio as the SVJ, a 0-100 km/h sprint of 2.8 seconds and a top speed. 355 km/h. The brake for this terrible power is the CCB brake system, with a braking distance of 100-0 km/h of only 30 meters.
Control is also optimized through the all-wheel drive system, introduced on the Aventador S, which ensures agility at low and medium speeds but also ensures stability at high speeds. high speed. The integrated Lamborghini Dynamic Steering (LDS) steering system on the front axle will make handling more responsive, working together with the active steering system on the rear axle, with a response time of only 5mm, helping to improve the handling ability. Safer and more precise cornering.
The Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae’s all-wheel drive system is calibrated to allow more torque to be sent to the rear axle, allowing the car to safely navigate over-steer situations. than. The electronic systems on the car are all managed by the “brain” named Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Attiva (LDVA), which is responsible for accurately processing real-time information about the vehicle’s movements through sensors, from which provides corrections to suit any operating condition.
As a super sports car, it is not surprising that the Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae is designed with every line being optimized for aerodynamics. The front air intake is designed to optimize airflow, both reducing resistance and bringing air in to cool the engine. Air ducts in the front bumper and side air intakes reduce air turbulence caused by the front tires, while optimizing the efficiency of the rear radiator.